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JEWISH SECTS Docetæ

LATER HERETICS, BE- Aphthartodo-
Ebionites

cetæ
Pharisees

TWEEN THE CESSATION
Ophites

Gaianitæ
Sadducees
Adamites, or

OF THE PERSECUTIONS Actistetes, or

(A.D.
Essenes
Prodicians 70-120)

Ctistolatræ

AND THE ESTABLISH-
Therapeuta
Sethians

Phthartolatræ,
Hemerobaptists
Cainites

MENT OF MAHOMETAN

Severians, or
Karaites
Cleobians

[A.D.

Theodosians
ISM IN THE East (A.D.

520-600
Masbothæans
Basilidians

Xenaians

313-700] Saturninians

Theopaschites

(A.D.
Nazaræans

Carpocratians
120-130] Arians

Triphysites
Genista
Marcellinians
Eusebians

Tritheists, or
Meriste
Cerdonians
Semi-Arians

Philoponists
Mendæans
Marcionites
Aetians

Cononites
Gorthæans

[A.D.
Lucianists
130-149] Anomeans, or

Damianists
Apellianists

Eunomians

Monothelites
HEATHEN RELI-
Valentinians
Acacians

Paulicians

(A.D.
GIONS
Heracleonites
Eudoxians 320-350] Athingani

CENTUR
Marcosites
(A.D. Psathyrians

Agynians
Brahmins

138-158)
Colorbasians
Photinians

Agoniclites
Buddhists
Secundians

Aerians
Parsees
Florinians

Donatists
Yezeedees
Quartodeci-
Circumcellions

MEDIÆVAL SECTS
Mahometans
mans
Marcellians

AND HERESIES
Brahmoo Somaj
Encratites

Macedonians,
Tatianists
(A.D.

Adalbertines

or PneumatoHERETICS REFERRED TO Severians

150–170) machi

Adamites
Luciferians

Adoptionists
IN THE NEW TESTAMENT Hydropara-
statæ
Apollinarians

Albanenses
False Christs
Archontics
Synusiastæ

Albigenses
False Apostles
Apotactics
Bonosians

Amalricians
Simonians
Hermogenians

Collyridians

(A.D. Apostolicals
Judaizers

350-400)
Seleucians
Jovinianists

Athocians
Gnostics
Montanists
Euchites, or

Bagnolenses
Nicolaitanes

Theodotians

(A.D.
Messalians

Barlaamites
Alexander
Tertullianists 170-200] Hypsistarians

Baruli
Demas
Artemonites
Antidicomari-

Beghards
Diotrephes
Bardesanians

anites

Bogomiles
Hermogenes
Ascodrugyta
Tropite

Bohemian Brethren
Hymenæus
Noëtians
Nestorians (A, D, 428]

Brethren of the Free
Philetus

(A.D. 205)
Praxeans
Eutychians (A.D. 448)

Spirit
Phygellus
Melchisedechians
Pelagians

Calixtines
Arabici
Hieracites

Capuciati
EARLY HERETICS,BE-
Sabellians (A.D. 220)
Helvidians

Clementines
Elchasaites (A.D. 224] Esaianites

Dancers
TWEEN THE APOSTOLIC
Origenists (A.D. 250)
Barsanians

Davidists

(A.D.
AGE AND THE END OF Novatians (A.D. 251]

Barsanuphites 450-500] Eonians
THE PERSECUTIONS OF Audians (A.D. 264–325) Eunomio-Theo-

Flagellants
THE CHURCH, A.D. 313
Manichæans (A, D. 280) phronians

Fraticelli
Samosatenes (A.D. 280] Theosebites

Gueux
Dosithaans
Metangismonitæ
Timotheans

Henricians
Menandrians
(A.D. Artotyritæ

Monophysites, or Jaco Hesychasts
Nazarenes 70-120]

} (A.D. 300]
Ascitæ

bites (A.D. 451]

Hussites
Cerinthians
Meletian Schism (A.D. 306] | Acephali (A.D. 482]

Joachimites

CV 351

vi

A Classified Table of the Principal Contents

Josephistæ
Rosenfelders

(All the English sects named AMERICAN SECTS Lollards Saint Simonians

below are very insignificant

[Most of the Sects which are to Men of Understanding Schwenckfeldians

in numbers, and some of

be found in Europe are also Ortlibenses Servetians them are nearly extinct]

to be found in America. The Pasagians Sionites

following list contains some

Seventh-Day Baptists
Pastoureux
Synergists

among those which are of

Muggletonians
Paterini
Theophilanthropists

native growth]

Southcottians
Paulicians
Ubiquitarians

African Episcopal Metho.

Independent or Calvin-
Perfecti
Uckewallists

dists

istic Methodists Petrobrusians United Evangelical

Campbellites, or Disciples

Jumpers
Petro-Joannites
Church

of Christ, or Reformed

Shakers
Porretanists
Verschoorists

Baptists, or Reformers

Socinians
Stedingers
Waterlanders

Christian Connexion

Universalists
Taborites
Wilhelmians

Conferentie Party

Bourneans
Tanchelmians
Zwinglians

Cumberland Presbyter

Coglers Thondracians

ians

Peculiar People Waldenses

Darrelites

“Christians" White Brethren ENGLISH SECTS

Evangelical Association, Free Gospel Christians

or Albrecht Brethren (Long Extinct) Freethinking Christians

Hard-Shell Baptists CONTINENTAL SECTS

New Christians

Harmony Society
Anabaptists
OF REFORMATION

Original Christians
AND
Alascans

Hicksites

Primitive Christians
LATER DATE.
Enthusiasts

Hopkinsians
Protestant Christians
Familists

Jerkers and Barkers Abecedarians, or

United Christians
Fifth Monarchy Men

Jumpers
Zwickau Prophets

Christian Association
Grindletonians

Keithians, or Quaker Adiaphorists

Christian Brethren
Hetheringtonians

Baptists
Adrianists

Christian Disciples
Nonjurors

Knipperdollings
Ambrosians

Christian Israelites
Ranters

Methodist Episcopal Amsdorfians

Christadelphians

Church
Se-Baptists
Amyraldists

Methodist Protestant
Seekers
Anabaptists

Church
Separatists
Angelic Brothers

SCOTTISH SECTS Methodist Reformed
Semi-Separatists
Apostoolians
Traskites

Church

[See also p. 609} Arminians

Methodist Society
Wilkinsonians
Bacularii

Scottish Kirk

Mormons Bourignonists

Cameronians (A.D. 1672] The New Born Brugglenians

Secession Kirk, or Asso- New Lights, or RandallCalvinists

(Chief existing Sects)
ciate Synod (A.D. 1733)

ites, or Free Will BapCameronites

Burghers [See also p. viii.)

tists, or General, ProCamisards

Antiburghers

visioners Christo Sacrum

Roman Catholics (A.D. 1570) Old Light Burghers New School PresbyterCollegiants

Independents, or Congre New Light Burghere ians Convulsionaries

gationalists (A.D. 1616) New Light Antiburghers Old School Baptists Cornarists Baptists, or Particular Old Light Antiburghers

Old School Presbyterians Familists

Baptists (A.D. 1633]
Relief Synod

Omish Church
Flemings
Quakers (A.D. 1650)
United Secession

Perfectionists, Bible Com-
Gomarists
Presbyterians (A.D. 1662] Protesters

munists, or Free Lovers Hattemists General or Unitarian Resolutioners

Restorationists
Huguenots

Baptists (A. D. 1691)
Original Burghers

Rogerians
Hutites
Unitarians (A.D. 1719) Original Seceders

Separates
Illuminati

Huntingdon Connexion United Original Seceders Shakers
Kornthalites

[A. D. 1748]
Morisonians

Six Principle Baptists
Labadists
Moravians (A.D. 1749)
Free Kirk (A.D, 1843]

Spiritualists Lutherans

New Connexion General United Presbyterians [A. D. Tunkers, Dunkers, BrethMajorists Baptists (A.D. 1770) 1847]

ren, or Tumblers Martinists Swedenborgians (A.D. 1788) Sweet Singers

United Brethren in Christ Melchiorists Wesleyan Methodists (A.D. The Men

Universalists Mennonites

1792)

Nonjurors (Presbyterian) Wakemanites
Michelhahnites
New Connexion Metho Moderates

Wilburites
Mommiers

dists (A.D. 1797]
Buchanites

Wilkinsonians, or Univer-
Moravians
Primitive Methodists (A.D. Scottish Baptists

sal Friends Old Lutherans

1810)
Marrow Men

Zion Wesley Methodists Osiandrians

Bryanites, or Bible Chris- Campbellites, or Rowites Zoarites Pietists

tians (A.D. 1815)

Daleites Psychopannychites Plymouth Brethren (A.D. Glassites

RUSSIAN SECTS Puccianites

1830)

Sandemanians
Pueris Similes
Irvingites (A.D. 1831]
Wilkinsonians

[Rascholniks, or Kerjaki] Reformed Church, or United Methodist Free Smytonites

Bezpopoftschins
German Calvinists

Church (A.D. 1857)
Haldanites

Bezslovestni

Leibnitz
Spinoza
Hobbes
Kant
Hume

Diaconoftschins

Yedinovertzi, or Blago- Hoadly
Duchobortzi

slovenni

Low Churchmen
Epefanoftschins

High Churchmen
Ikonobortzi

CHURCH PARTIES Broad Churchmen
Isbraniki, or Roschol-

ARE ILLUSTRATED BY THE
schiki
Khlisti

FOLLOWING ARTICLES SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT
Martinists
Iconoclasts

ARE ILLUSTRATED BY THE
Malakanes, or Istineeye Separation of East and FOLLOWING ARTICLES
Christiane

West
Morelstschiki
Berengarius

Origenists
Netovtschins, or Spasova Paschasius Radbertus

Alexandrian School
Soglasia
Arnoldists

Antioch, School of
Peremayanoftschins Lollards

Eclectics
Philipoftschins
Ultramontanists

Mystics
Pomorane, or Feodosians Gallicans

Plotinus
Popoftschins
Roman Catholics

Neo-Platonists
Sabatniki
German Catholics

Schoolmen
Samochrischtchina Old Catholics

Nominalists
Skoptzi
Puritans

Realists
Starovertzi, or Old Be Covenanters

Friends of God
lievers
Scottish Kirk

Bacon, Roger
Strigolniks

Nonconformists
Uniates
Nonjurors

Descartes
Wjetkaers, or Tscherno-Latitudinarians

Geulincx
boltzi

Bangorian Controversy Malebranche

Atheists
Deists
Sceptics
Pantheists
Materialists
Rationalists
Freethinkers
Encyclopædists
Martinists
Socialists
Hegelians

Molinists
Jansenists
Quietists
Syncretists
Pietists
Rosicrucians
Theosophists

GENEALOGY OF ENGLISH CHURCH PARTIES, AND OF THE CHIEF ENGLISH SECTS.

viii

Church of England of Apostolic origin.
A. 1). 60-600, Pelagianism the only division on record.

National party of the conquered and enslaved \ Roman party of St. Augustine's Mission and Christians of the ancient Church of England. S

the converted Saxon conquerors. Reunited Church of the two mingling races.

7th, 8th, 9th and 10th centuries.

National party of

English race.

Roman party, chiefly of Norman aristocracy) 11th and 12th and of monastic Clergy.

centuries.

Wickliffite party. A.D. 1350-1530.

National party of Secular, or Parish,
Clergy, and the bulk of the people.

Prayer Book party of the

Reformation age.

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Puritan, or Presbyterian party of Reformation age. S

Monastic or Moderate Friars' or Ultramontane ) 13th, 14th, and Roman party.

party.

| 15th centuries.
Roman party of the Jesuits and Seminary
Reformation age.

priests from abroad.
Roman Catholic sect.

A.D. 1570.

Low Church party of 17th century.

High Church party of 17th century.

Genealogy of Church Parties and Sects

A.D. 1616. - Independent sect,

A.D. 1633. -Baptist sect,

A.D. 1650. -Quaker sect,

A.D. 1662. -Nonconformists,

A.D. 1662 -Presbyterian sect,

A.D. 1719. -Unitarian sect,

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Calvinistic Methodists,

A.D. 1815.
Bryanites,

A.D. 1742.

A.D. 1792.
Wesleyan Methodists,

A.D. 1797.
New Connexion Meth.,

A.D. 1810.
-Primitive Methodists,

A.D. 1835.
Wesln. Association,

A.D. 1849.
-Wesln. Reformers,

A.D.
Church,

Free Meth.

1 1857.

? United

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